Colorado Farm+Art Market Downtown

CFAM is the only cooperative market in Colorado Springs. Our mission is broader and deeper than just selling our products. We strengthen the local economy and build community by partnering with local organizations such as the Colorado Springs Slow Food chapter, the Sustainability bus,the Pikes Peak Foundation, the Peak to Plains Alliance, and Classic companies (Free downtown concert series). CFAM supports local restaurants by featuring chef demos, and by operating a market on the grounds of the Margarita at Pine Creek restaurant. CFAM works to ensure access to low income persons by becoming the only farmers market in the area to accept food stamps.

We work to strengthen the community by partnering with the Colorado Springs Slow Food chapter, the Sustainability bus, and opening our market to low income customers by establishing the only EBT program in the springs to accept Food stamps.

Listing last updated on Apr 13, 2009

CFAM is supporting a collective of Organic Fruit farmers form the Western slope in order to bring local fresh fruit into homes of Colorado Springs area residents.



Schedule and Location:

Wednesday afternoon/evenings

America the Beautiful Park (aka Confluence Park), on Cimino Drive, just south off Colorado Avenue.

Beginning June 10th and continuing through October 7th from 3pm - 7pm.



Latest Reviews


The farmers are only selling produce that they have grown themselves, and resellers and peddlers are not welcome here. This means you are getting actually local food! The selection is great, and it looks like there are more new farmers signed up this season, so it is going to be bigger and better than before.... [more]


The farmer are only selling produce that they have grown themselves, and resellers and peddlers are not welcome here. This means you are getting actually local food! The selection is great, and it looks like there are more new farmers signed up this season, so it is going to be bigger and better than before.... [more]


I live fairly close and I now know all of the farmers and artists that sell there. I know how important it is to support their work. They work so hard to provide clean, healthy, (mostly) organic food to our community and not just buy off the same truck that grocery stores and restaurants use.

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